Dr. Gregory D. S. Anderson’s Bibliography

BOOKS

(* = refereed)

Solo Authored

*2009. Auxiliary Verb Constructions. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Revised edition, paperback. (Click here to purchase a copy of “Auxiliary Verb Constructions” on Amazon!)

AVC_DSA

*2007. The Munda Verb. Typological Perspectives. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. (Click here to purchase a copy of “The Munda Verb” on Amazon!)

TMV_GDSA

*2006. Auxiliary Verb Constructions. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

*2005. Language Contact in South Central Siberia. Turcologica 54. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

*2004. Auxiliary Verb Constructions in Altai-Sayan Turkic. Turcologica 51. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag.

1998. Xakas. Languages of the World Materials 251. München: Lincom Europa. (Click here to purchase a copy of “Xakas (Languages of the World)” on Amazon!)

*in preparation. Language Extinction: Linguistic Diversity in the 21st Century. Under contract to Cambridge University Press.

Co-authored

2002a. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison A Tuvan-English and English-Tuvan Dictionary with Grammatical Notes. München: Lincom Europa.

2002b. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. A Grammar of Tuvan. Washington, DC: SCSI Publications.

2002c. K. David Harrison and Gregory D. S. Anderson. Tyva-Angli Anglu-Tyva Söstük. Kyzyl: Tuvknizdat.

1999. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Tyvan. Languages of the World Materials 257. München: Lincom Europa. (Click here to purchase a copy of “Tyvan (Languages of the World” on Amazon!)

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Edited

*2008. The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge (Taylor and Francis).

*2003. E. Vajda and G. D. S. Anderson (eds.) Studia Yeniseica: Typological Studies on Yeniseic. Special Issue of Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 56.1/2

1997a. Kora Singer, Randall H. Eggert and Greg Anderson (eds.) Proceedings of the 33rd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society: The Main Session.

1997b. Kora Singer, Randall H. Eggert and Greg Anderson (eds.) Proceedings of the 33rd Meeting of the Chicago Linguistics Society: The Panels.

JOURNAL ARTICLES

Solo Authored

*2012. Auxiliary Verb Constructions in the Languages of Africa. Studies in African Linguistics 40 (1-2): 1-409.

*2011a. Language Hotspots: what (applied) linguistics and education should do about language endangerment in the twenty-first century. Language and Education 25 (4): 273-289.

*2011b. Auxiliary Verb Constructions (and Other Complex Predicate Types): A Functional-Constructional Typology. Language and Linguistics Compass 5 (11): 795-828.

*2010. Perspectives on the global language extinction crisis: The Oklahoma and Eastern Siberia Language Hotspots. Revue Roumaine de Linguistique XLV: 129-142.

*2004. Advances in Proto-Munda Reconstruction. In Mon-Khmer Studies 34: 159-184.

*2003. Dravidian Influence on Munda. In International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics 32.1: 27-48.

*2002. Case Marked Clausal Subordination in Burushaski Complex Sentence Structure. In Studies in Language 26.3: 547-71.

*2001a. A New Classfication of Munda: Evidence from Comparative Verb Morphology. In Indian Linguistics 62: 27-42.

*2001b. Subject Version and Object Version in Tofa Auxiliary Verb Constructions. In Turkic Languages 5.1: 240-269.

*1999a. Reduplicated Numerals in Salish. In International Journal of American Linguistics 65.4: 407-448.

1999b. M. Witzel’s “South Asian Substrate Languages” from a Burushaski Perspective. In Mother Tongue Special Publication October 1999: 82-84. (Invited Contribution)

*1998a. Historical Aspects of Yakut (Sakha) Phonology. In Turkic Languages 2.2: 1-32.

Co-authored

*2010. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Ganesh Murmu. Preliminary notes on Koro: a‘hidden’ language of Arunachal Pradesh. Indian Linguistics 71: 1-32.

*2006. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Ös tili: Towards a comprehensive documentation of Ös (Middle and Upper Chulym dialects). Turkic Languages 10 (1): 47-71.

*2003. K. David Harrison and Gregory D. S. Anderson Middle Chulym: Theoretical aspects, recent fieldwork and current state. In Turkic Languages 7.2: 245-256.

*2001. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Randall H. Eggert. A Typology of Verb Agreement in Burushaski. In Linguistics of the Tibeto-Burman Area 24.2: 235-54.

ELECTRONIC JOURNAL ARTICLES

Co-authored

*2007. K. David Harrison and Gregory D. S. Anderson. Na(t)ive Orthographies and language endangerment: Two case studies from Siberia. In Linguistic Discovery.

ARTICLES IN EDITED VOLUMES

Solo Authored 

*forthcoming-a. Anderson, Gregory D. S. “Munda Languages.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Linguistics. Ed. Mark Aronoff. New York: Oxford University Press.

*forthcoming-b. Do Koraput Munda, Lower Munda, and even South Munda really exist?

Once more on the still unresolved classification of the Munda languages. To appear in S. Pattanayak (ed.) D. P. Pattanyak felicitation volume.

*2012. Auxiliary Verb Constructions in Old Turkic and Altai-Sayan Turkic. In Marcel Erdal, Irina Nevskaya and Astrid Menz (eds.) Areal, historical and typological aspects of South Siberian Turkic. Turcologica 94. Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz. 1-36.

*2008a. Gtaʔ. In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge. 682-763.

*2008b. Introduction to The Munda Languages. In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. Abingdon/Oxford: Taylor and Francis. 1-10.

*2007. Burushaski Morphology. In Alan Kaye (ed.) Morphologies of Asia and Africa, 1233-1275. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns.

*2006. Towards a Typology of the Siberian Linguistic Area. In Yaron Matras, April McMahon, and Nigel Vincent (eds.) Linguistic Areas. Convergence in Historical and Typological Perspective. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 266-300.

*2005a. The velar nasal (ŋ). In Martin Haspelmath, Matthew Dryer, David Gil and Bernard Comrie (eds.) The World Atlas of Language Structures. Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 42-45.

*2005b. Areal and phonotactic distribution of ŋ. In M. van Oosterdorp and J. van de Weijer (eds.) The internal organization of phonological segments. I. Studies in Generative Grammar. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter. pp. 217-234.

*2004. The Languages of Central Siberia: Introduction and Overview. In E. Vajda (ed.) Languages and Prehistory of Central Siberia. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 1 119.

*2003a. Yeniseic Languages from a Siberian Areal Perspective. In E. Vajda and G. D. S. Anderson (eds.) Studia Yeniseica: Typological Studies on Yeniseic. Special Issue of Sprachtypologie und Universalienforschung 56.1/2: 12-39.

*2003b. Towards a Phonological Typology of Native Siberia. In D. A. Holisky and K. Tuite (eds.) Current trends in Caucasian, East European and Inner Asian linguistics. Papers in honor of Howard I. Aronson. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 1-22.

*2001a. Split-Inflection in Auxiliary Verb Constructions. In Nancy Mae Antrim, GrantGoodall, Martha Schulte-Nafeh and Vida Samiian (eds.) Proceedings of the 28th Western Conference on Linguistics, 1999. Fresno: California State Fresno. 1-12.

*2001b. Deaffrication in the Siberian Area. In Howard I. Aronson (ed.) Non-Slavic Languages 9: Linguistic Studies. Columbus: SLAVICA. pp. 1-17.

*2001c. Santali. In Jane Garry and Carl Rubino (eds.) Facts About the World’s Languages. Bronx, NY: H. W. Wilson. 623-628.

*1997a. Burushaski Phonology. In Alan Kaye (ed.) Phonologies of Asia and Africa.vol. II. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns. 1021-41.

*1997b. Lak Phonology. In Alan Kaye (ed.) Phonologies of Asia and Africa. vol. II. Winona Lake: Eisenbrauns. 973-997.

*1996. Ket Tonal Alternations in Absolutive Plural. In Howard I. Aronson (ed.) Non-Slavic Languages 8: Linguistic Studies, New Series. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-18.

*1994. Light shed on problems of Common Turkic conjugation: the Northeast Turkic progressive present in *-Ipca(t) and the ‘mixed’ conjugation. In H. Andersen (ed.) Historical Linguistics 1993. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. pp. 9-18.

Co-authored

*forthcoming-a. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. ‘Natural’ and obsolescent change in Tofa. In I. Nevskaja (ed.) Studies in South Siberian Linguistics.

*forthcoming-b. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Siberian Hunter-Gatherers Speaking the Language of Pastoral Nomads. To appear in R. Rhodes, et al. (eds.) The Languages of Hunter-Gatherers. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

*2008a. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Sora. In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge. 299-380.

*2008b. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Remo (Bonda). In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge. 557-632.

*2008. Gregory D. S. Anderson, Toshiki Osada and K. David Harrison. Ho and the other Kherwarian languages. In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge. 195-255.

*2008. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Felix Rau. Gorum. In G. D. S. Anderson (ed.) The Munda Languages. Routledge Language Family Series. London: Routledge. 381433

*2008. K. David Harrison and Gregory D. S. Anderson. Tofa language change and terminal generation speakers. In K. D. Harrison, D. Rood & A. Dwyer (eds.) Lessons from Documented Endangered Languages. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. 243-270.

2007. K. David Harrison and Gregory D. S. Anderson. Language change among Tofa last generation speakers. In A. Yu. Filtchenko (ed.) XXIV Dulzon’skie Chtenija. Tomsk: TGPU.

*2004. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. Shaman and Bear: Siberian Prehistory in Two Middle Chulym Texts. In E. Vajda (ed.) Languages and Prehistory of Central Siberia. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. pp. 179-197.

*2002. Gregory D. S. Anderson and John P. Boyle. Switch-Reference in South Munda. In Marlys A. Macken (ed.) Papers from the 10th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, South East Asian Studies Program, Monograph Series Press. pp. 39-54.

*2002. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Norman H. Zide. Issues in Proto-Munda and Proto-Austroasiatic Nominal Derivation: The Bimoraic Constraint. In Marlys A. Macken (ed.) Papers from the 10th Annual Meeting of the Southeast Asian Linguistics Society. Tempe, AZ: Arizona State University, South East Asian Studies Program, Monograph Series Press. pp. 55-74.

*2001. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Norman H. Zide. Recent Advances in the Reconstruction of the Proto-Munda Verb. In L. Brinton (ed.) Historical Linguistics 1999. Amsterdam: Benjamins. pp. 13-30.

*2001. Zide, Norman H. and Gregory D. S. Anderson. The Proto-Munda Verb: Some Connections with Mon-Khmer. In K. V. Subbarao and P. Bhaskararao (eds.) Yearbook of South-Asian Languages and Linguistics-2001. Delhi: Sage Publications. pp. 517-40.

1999. Zide, Norman H. and G. D. S. Anderson. The Proto-Munda Verb and Some Connections with Mon-Khmer. In P. Bhaskararao (ed.) Working Papers International Symposium on South Asian Languages Contact and Convergence, and Typology. Tokyo. pp. 401-21.

1994. Krader, L., V. Diakonova, and G. D. S. Anderson. The Altaians. In Paul Friedrich and Norma Diamond (eds.) Encyclopedia of World Cultures, vol. 6: Russia and Eurasia/ China. New York: G. K. Hall & Co. pp. 19-23.

BOOK REVIEWS

forthcoming-a. Review of Sanford Steever’s The Tamil Auxiliary Verb System. In Journal of the American Oriental Society.

forthcoming-b. A. R. Coupe’s A Grammar of Mongsen Ao. In Studies in Language.

2008. Review of Irina Nikolaeva’s A Historical Dictionary of Yukaghir. In Diachronica Solo-Authored Encyclopedia Articles

ENCYCLOPEDIA ARTICLES

Solo Authored

*2006-a. Munda Languages. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-b. Mon-Khmer Languages. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-c. Austroasiatic Languages. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-d. Santali. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-e. Khasi. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-f. Burushaski. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-g. Ket. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-h. Nivkh. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-i. Chukotko-Kamchatkan Languages. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

*2006-j. Yukaghir. In E. K. Brown (ed.) Encyclopedia of Languages and Linguistics. Oxford: Elsevier Press.

CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

Solo Authored

1999. A Typology of Inflection in Auxiliary Verb Constructions: Contributions of Minor

Language Data. In Chicago Linguistic Society 35: Panel on Linguistic Diversity and Linguistic Theory. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-15.

1998. Discourse Salience in Kalenjin Inter-Clausal Syntax. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 23S: Special Session on the Syntax/Semantics of African Languages. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. pp. 1-12.

1997. On the Evolution of Ethnolinguistic Identity in Xakasia. In Chicago Linguistic Society 33: The Panels. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-6.

1996a. Interior Salish Reduplication in a Diachronic Perspective. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 22S: Historical Issues in Native American Linguistics. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. pp. 1-12.

1996b. On Redundancy and the Yeniseian [PL]. In Chicago Linguistic Society 32. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-11.

1995a. Diachronic Aspects of Russianisms in Siberian Turkic. In Berkeley Linguistics Society 21. Berkeley: Berkeley Linguistics Society. pp. 365-76.

1995b. Ditransitives, Possessor Raising, Copying-to-OBJ: Animacy in Morphosyntax. In Chicago Linguistic Society 31. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-17.

1993. Obligatory double-marking of morphosyntactic categories. In Chicago Linguistic Society 29. Chicago: Chicago Linguistic Society. pp. 1-15.

Co-authored 

2005 [2008]. Gregory D. S. Anderson and Olga Gurevich. Towards a typology of version: formal and functional perspectives. Chicago Linguistic Society 41. Chicago: CLS.

2005 [2007]. Oliver Bond and Gregory D. S. Anderson. Divergent Structure in Ogonoid Languages. Berkeley Linguistic Society 30. Berkeley: BLS.

PUBLICATIONS IN ENDANGERED LANGUAGES

2001/2003. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. (compilers). Tɯfa yleger (Tofa Tales). As told by the Tofa community elders. Published by the Altai-Sayan Language and Ethnography Project and the Tofa Nation.

2005. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. (compilers). Ös tʃomaxtarɯ (Our own Ös stories). As told by the Middle Chulym (Ös) community elders. Published by the Altai-Sayan Language and Ethnography Project and the Middle Chulym (Ös) Nation.

In preparation. Gregory D. S. Anderson and K. David Harrison. (compilers) Ös bukvarɯ

Published by the Living Tongues Institute for Endangered Languages and the Middle Chulym (Ös) Nation. Submitted, under review

* Oliver Bond and Gregory D. S. Anderson. A typology of cognate head-dependent constructions: Evidence from African languages. Submitted to Linguistic Typology.

* Gregory D. S. Anderson, Danielle Barth and Kadagoi Forepiso Rawad. Matukar Panau Talking Dictionary and Collective Elicitation. Submitted to Proceedings of International Conference on Austronesian Languages.

* Russian colonialism and hegemony and Native Siberian languages. T. Stolz (ed.) Language Empires.

* Areal-typological perspectives on the morphosyntax of auxiliary verb constructions in Dravidian languages. Submitted to International Journal of Dravidian Linguistics.

IN PREPARATION

Solo Authored

S/TAM/P morphs and the history of Niger-Congo verb conjugation

S/TAM/P morphs in Central Sudanic languages

S/TAM/P morphs in the Macro-Sudan Belt

The Native Siberian linguistic area.

Diachronic Templatic Morphology: Munda Split and Split-Doubled Inflection in Auxiliary Verb Constructions

Co-authored

G. D. S. Anderson, K. D. Harrison and G. Murmu. On the Linguistic-Prehistory of the Kameng region I: The case for the Tibeto-Burman affiliation of Koro-Aka

G. D. S. Anderson, K. D. Harrison and G. Murmu. On the Linguistic-Prehistory of the Kameng region II: The Tibeto-Burman affiliation of Hruso Aka

G. D. S. Anderson, K. D. Harrison and G. Murmu. On the Linguistic-Prehistory of the Kameng region III: Northwest Kamengic as Tibeto-Burman languages

D. Barth and G. D. Anderson. Directional Constructions in Matukar Panau (Papua New Guinea)

P. Sidwell and G. D. S. Anderson. Overview of the Munda languages.

SELECTED ONLINE RESOURCES

Remo Talking Dictionary (w/ Opino Gomango, Sonia Dangada-Majhi).

Sora Talking Dictionary (w/ Opino Gomango)

Ho Talking Dictionary (w/ Anna Pucilowksi, Bhubneshwar Sawaiyan).

Chamacoco Talking Dictionary (w/Andres Ozuna*, Anna Luisa Daigneault).

Tuvan Talking Dictionary (w/Alex Ondar).

Tałtan Talking Dictionary (w/Oscar Dennis*, Reginald Dennis*).

Xyzyl Talking Dictionary (w/Mikhail Mikhailovich Tabatkin*, Denis Mikhailovich Tokmashev).

Matukar Panau Talking Dictionary (w/Danielle Barth, Kadagoi Rawad, Rudolf Raward).

Siletz Dee-Ni Talking Dictionary (w/Alfred ‘Bud’ Lane III*).

Tillamook Talking Dictionary (w/Terry Thompson and Ginger Erickson)

Olukumi Talking Dictionary (w/Bolanle Arokoyo)

2008 The Linguists. By Ironbound Films. This NSF-funded documentary film premiered at Sundance Film Festival in 2008, aired on PBS in 2009, and was nominated for an Emmy award in 2010. It showcases Drs. Harrison and Anderson’s work on documenting endangered languages of Siberia, India and Bolivia.

SELECT RECENT CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

(+ = invited talk)

Solo

+2013a. Leipzig. S/TAM/P Morphs in the Macro-Sudan Belt. Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology.

+2013b. Orcas Island. Vanishing Languages: The Salish and Northwest Experience. Presented at Crossroads Lecture Series.

2013c. Köln. S/TAM/P morphs in Central Sudanic Languages. Presented at Nilo-Saharan Linguistics Colloquium 11.

+2012a. Shillong, India. Keynote address AICL. What Munda languages are really like.

2012b. Singapore. ICSTLL. On the Linguistic Pre-history of Kameng region, Arunachal Pradesh

2012c. Singapore. Austroasiatic. Building on-line electronic corpora for Austroasiatic languages of India.

+2012d. Paris. Niger-Congress. S/TAM/P morphs in Niger-Congo languages.

+20123. Bremen. Linguistic Empires. Hegemony in Native Siberia.

2012f. Linguistic Society of America. Diachronic Templatic Morphology: Munda.

+2012g. Northridge, California. Northwest Kamengic

2011a. Helsinki. Split and Split-Doubled Inflection in Auxiliary Verb Constructions

2011b. Portland. Language Endangerment in the Pacific Northwest and Globally.

+2011c. Fullerton. Towards an understanding of Koro-Aka Pre-history.

+2011d. Eugene. S/TAM/P morphs: a typology

+2010a Bødo, Norway. Sleuthing Koro-Aka.

+2010b. Eugene, Language Endangerment in the Pacific Northwest and Globally

+2009. Koro-Aka. SALA. Denton, Texas

2009. Native American languages and the global language extinction crisis. (w/David Harrison). Oklahoma Native American Language Symposium. April 2009

2009. Building the Siletz Athabaskan Talking Dictionary (w/David Harrison and Bud Lane). Oklahoma Native American Language Symposium. April 2009.

+2009. Cognate object constructions in African languages: A preliminary typology. University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. Feb 2009.

+2008b. Issues in comparative Munda and Austroasiatic word structure. Max-Planck Institüt für evolutionäre Antropologie, Leipzig, Germany. October 2008.

+2008a. Language Hotspots. Mapping global language diversity and extinction. Presented at Enduring Voices symposium: Links between global biodiversity, mapping, and language extinction, Washington, DC, February 2008.

+2007a. Word Domains in Austroasiatic Languages. Conference on Word Domains in South Asian Languages, Leipzig, September 2007.

+2007b. Linguistic Diversity in Bolivia and the Bolivian Language Hotspot. Presented at the Ministry of Education and Cultures, La Paz, Bolivia, June 2007.

+2007c. Mapping Language Endangerment and Language Diversity: The Eastern Siberia Language Hotspot. American Association for Advancement of Science, San Francisco, February 2007.

+2006. Historical Linguistics of Munda Languages. Seminar on Historical Linguistics of Hunter-Gatherer communities. Leipzig, August, 2006.

+2005a. A typology of auxiliary verb constructions. Swarthmore College Linguistics Department Seminar.

2005b. Natural Change, Obsolescent Change and Language Contact in Tofa and Middle Chulym. Presented at American Oriental Society, Philadelphia, PA.

+2004a. Auxiliary Verb Constructions in Munda Languages. Munda Meeting, Max-Planck Institute. October 2004. Leipzig, Germany.

+2004b. Findings from Recent Fieldwork in Siberia. University of Oregon. April, 2004.

+2003a. Fieldwork, Ethics and Practicalities. (Postgraduate training course, Northwest Centre for Linguistics). April, 2003. Manchester, UK.

+2003b. Structural consequences of language contact and language death in Altai-Sayan Turkic. Symposium on South Siberian Turkic, Frankfurt. July, 2003.

2003c. Phonotactic and Areal Distribution of the velar nasal. Presented at Old World Conference on Phonology, Leiden, January, 2003.

2003d. Inflectional Type in Auxiliary Verb Constructions in Native American Languages. Presented SSILA meeting, Atlanta, January, 2003.

2003e. The role of Tungusic in the formation of the Northeastern Siberian linguistic area. Presented at ICHL, Copenhagen, August, 2003.

2003f. Personal Inflection in Munda in Areal-Typological Perspective. Presented at SALA 23, Austin. October, 2003.

+2002a. Dravidian Influence on Munda. Fourth Harvard Round Table on the Ethnogenesis of South and Central Asia. May, 2002.

2002b. Layers of grammaticalization and the non-predictability of grammaticalization paths in language history. Presented at the conference on New Reflections on Grammaticalization 2, Amsterdam, April 2002.

+2001a. Tofa and the Tofa Documentation Project. University of Manchester Seminar Series. October, 2001.

+2001b. Recent Advances in Proto-Munda Reconstruction. Third Harvard Round Table on the Ethnogenesis of South and Central Asia. May, 2001.

2001c. Language Contact and Macro-Areal Typological Change: Complex Sentence Structure in Siberia/Northern Eurasia. Presented at the 23rd Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft der Sprachwissenschaft, Leipzig, February, 2001.

2001d. Switch Reference in Tofa. Presented at the Conference on Endangered Languages, Helsinki, August, 2001.

Co-presentations

+2006. Hunter-gatherers speaking the language of pastoralists: The case of the Tofa of south-central Siberia. Seminar on Historical Linguistics of Hunter-Gatherer communities. Leipzig, August, 2006. (w/ K. David Harrison)

2006. Ethnographically-informed elicitation. Poster session at LSA Meeting. Albuquerque, NM. (w/ K. David Harrison)

2005a. Na(t)ive Orthographies. Poster session presented at the Linguistic Society of America, Oakland, CA. (w/ K. David Harrison)

2005b. Language documentation and last generation speakers. Presented at Progress in Endangered Language Research, Nijmegen, May 2005. (w/ K. David Harrison)

2004. Na(t)ive Orthographies. Recent Findings from Central Siberia. Presented at Pacific American Modern Language Association, Portland, November 2004. (w/ K. David Harrison)

2001. H. Lieb, A. M. Dwyer, G. D. S. Anderson. Approaches to Morphosyntactic Annotation. Digitizing Endangered Languages, Santa Barbara, June 2001.

MAPS

2007. Global Language Hotspots List. National Geographic Magazine. October, 2007. Geography section (front section): 18.

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